Software Inspection Using CodeSurfer

Software Inspection is a technique for detecting flaws in software before deployment. It was introduced by Fagan in 1976, and since then its use has spread widely. Despite the widespread adoption and success of software inspection, many software products continue to be released with large numbers of flaws. This can partly be attributed to the inherent complexity of software systems. The complexity of the software thwarts manual attempts to comprehend it.

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